Narrow Road

March 15, 2009
By *Onevoice* GOLD, Burlington, Other
*Onevoice* GOLD, Burlington, Other
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THEY SAY I AM SO STUBBORN
THEY SAY I AM SUCH A BURDEN
I REALIZE I AM STUBBORN
BUT I TELL YOU I AM NOT A BURDEN
THEY ALL DONT ACCEPT
THEY ALL DONT RESPECT
ITS BETTER THAN THIS
I WONT TAKE ANOTHER RISK
ITS BEEN LONG SINCE YOU STUCK UP
I AM AN EMPTY CUP
I CAN FILL MY CUP
ONLY IF I DO WHAT IS RIGHT
ONLY IF I STOP THE FIGHT
THERE ARE SO MANY SPIKES
IN MY WAY
THE ROAD IS SO NARROW
I CAN GET HIT BY AN ARROW
IF I DON'T HURRY
IN THIS FURY
I SHALL WALK THE NARROW ROAD
AND TRY TO AVOID THE SPIKY ARROW
IT TIME TO GET ON THE ROAD
BEFORE I AM SOLD

The author's comments:
This poem shows that we all are on this narrow road and trying to go forward. If we try to take the other way we can get hurt by the spikes that are on both sides of the road. therefore, we should avoid the spikes in our life and go the narrow road of our life.

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